Mary Van Cline
First exposed to glass at the Penland School of Crafts, North Carolina in 1979, she earned her MFA in Glass Sculpture and Design at Massachusetts College of Art in 1982. Van Cline’s inventive working process often combines hot and cold glass techniques, cast elements, and photosensitized glass into one piece. She worked with Kodak in the early ’80’s to develop a positive photo emulsion to be coated on glass. Her work has been collected and shown by many major Art Museums worldwide, recently including the Smithsonian American Art Museum, Renwick Gallery, in Washington DC.
"When looking to work with a glass company to accomplish challenging commissions, I found Uroboros. My art has never been the same…Uroboros, you’re the best! I LOVE your glass"
-Mary Van Cline
Visit Mary Van Cline’s website.